We Are The World choreographer Ryan Heffington connects the underground to the mainstream pop circuit, the sewing machine to the street and the studio to the wilderness to the screen. Between touring to Mexico City and finalizing Ke$ha’s “thug dance,” Ryan took a minute to relay a manifesto that outlines dance for the people and drags performers from the stage to public space while scoffing at outdated notions of gender and sexuality—the only concepts this artist can’t choreograph. This interview by Drew Denny.
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Kool Keith is performing at the Church (606 e. 6th st) this Saturday night for Valentine’s Day, flanked by girls with big butts (wearing his custom thongs) and backed by a live band. Lady Tigra & Fatlip (dj set) & Ryan Heffington (We Are The World) with the Fingered dancers will also provide live entertainment, [...]
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On the night of the show, Perhacs greeted Redcat smiling. “In the spirit of the ‘70s, we’re going to have a very special night,” she said, smoothing her purple dress. For the first performance ever of her music, her 1970 album Parallelograms was presented in its entirety by Dublab-selected guest bands.